Careers Programme

Getting the most out of your time at college

During your time at the college you will have access to a range of Careers Guidance and support activities that are delivered through the College’s Careers Guidance Programme. 

The programme is designed to help give you access to the right support and guidance at the right time. It will see you accessing information on everything from Apprenticeships and applying for jobs, through to curriculum related activities and career planning progression talks.

About the programme

Your Careers Programme
  Entry Level and Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 and A Levels

Induction Week: Overview of Careers Advice and Guidance Programme and people who can support you with your career planning.

Induction Week: Tour of the college including: The Link's Careers Advice and Guidance team, The BASE (Apprenticeship Team) and the Learning Resource Centres.

Throughout the year: Individual Tutorials including career planning.
Throughout the year: 1:1 support from the Careers Advice and Guidance Team.
Throughout the year: Support from The BASE, the college's Apprenticeship team, on applying for jobs and Apprenticeships.
Throughout the year: Individual Support and Career Planning for Students with Special Educational and Support Needs (SEND).
Throughout the year: Personal Career research using Career Planning resources on the college portal.
Throughout the year: Curriculum based Careers related activities and trips.
Monthly: Careers Advice and Guidance Newsletter.
Autumn Term: Career Planning Progression Talks.

Autumn Term: Higher Education and UCAS Talks.

   
Spring Term: Higher Education visits.    
Each Term: College Open Events.
Bournemouth University Aspire HE Road Show    
Southern University Network (SUN) – Thinking of Higher Education?  

Individual work experience placements.

Events

 

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